Listen to my latest phonecast
Hope you don’t get blown and tossed about too much in the hours to come!
Its good to listen to your phonecast, you make it sound as though we rae there with you, they are great at keeping us informed and especially the birds and animals. Hope the winds die down so that you can make progress. You just take great care and as you say Rosie was worse than this but you will be in our thoughts. Look forward to hearing that the winds have gone elsewhere and that you will be sfaley through it.
C & K
Bless you Sarah as you press on towards the goal. I am enjoying your phonecasts very much. It is so
interesting what is out there…… June x
Cabin fever’s a bad thing … especially at 30 degrees! Hopefully you’ll get out for a planned swim soon 🙂
Good luck with the wind, Sarah. Thinking of you.
You’ve experienced this before. Use what you have learned to prepare, and use the fear you feel …to power your efforts to get through it and right past it. I go to bed tonight thinking of you out there.
Don’t get crammed into a mind corner. Keep your overview.
Keep yourself together.
Great commentaries Sarah. More interesting ‘current’ affairs than Radio 4!
Good luck in the washing machine!
Thanks for your comments which are always welcome. I have passed on your message to Sarah and will reply directly when she has come back to me. The phones casts are often not very clear as the weather disrupts the signal and the boat is moving but enunciation is also key. It is useful for Sarah to have this sort of feedback.
Sarah has taken on board your comments and has asked me to reply as follows:
‘Thanks for commenting. It’s a long journey ahead and through all the
different media outputs – the phonecasts, written blogs, photos, Twitter and
writing for the Independent Sarah is sharing all of the different stories
about what it is to attempt this huge ocean row. As for future plans, Sarah
has all sorts of plans and ideas for what happens after she completes this
Hi Sarah. Been looking forward to catching up with all your news and finally managed it this Friday evening! First thing I did when I got home was to listen to all your phonecasts and read your reports – now I feel I’m in the loop again, just like last time. Really enjoying all your poetic descriptions. Hope you are feeling chipper when you see this. You’re doing great. Take care. Caroline : )
We will be thinking of you and cant wait to hear from you again. Its lovely to hear your pod casts as it does not make you feel so far away!! All love for now. xx
Hi Sarah, been following your blog the last few weeks with quite some interest. I work as a teacher in Shanghai and we’ve had a lot of unusual rain, 72 hours continuously actually. The storm track has moved onwards to the
Pacific, but not sure where you are in relation to it. Definitely thinking of you and praying for your safety and completion of the journey. Wow, what an amazing adventure, you are an inspiration to all of us.
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